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What is Navy Boot camp like?

I just want to know what is it like at Boot Camp for the Navy? I'm just now getting my paper work started and I want to know what kinda things to expect. Is it anydifferent for a woman? Any and all details would help. Thanks!

Asked By: foreveraaliayh - 7/19/2007
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It is hard, like all boot camps. It is different from the other services though because you are supposed to be trained with the goal of serving on a ship, so you won't have all the field training you see in the army or marines. When you first get their you will get processed in. They will search you for contraband and... More
Answered By: New Dog Owner - 7/19/2007
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exercise, folding clothes & marching...for the most part
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Answered By: AC1BD - 7/19/2007
 
I dunno about the "different for a woman" part obviously, but mostly it's boring. No kidding. In general, the worst part about it was kinda split 50/50% between lack of sleep, and not being able to call me wife for x number of weeks in a row. Not really hard, just long days, and weird. When are you shipping? '... More
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Answered By: docusrex - 7/19/2007
 
Lots of folding and stenciling clothes, making your rack, getting woke up early, Standing watches, cleaning, marching, PT, getting yelled at, push-ups, sit-ups, we-want-some-mo, hoo-rah, etc... More
Answered By: macDBH - 7/19/2007
 
It is a joke. I went through Marine corps bootcamp back in 00. While on Active duty for 6 yrs i had allot of friends in the navy. They always said it was a joke. They said the swimming sucked but it was a joke compared to our's. USMC Vet/Retiree in 2 mths. Cpl Hart
Answered By: lcasperusmc - 7/19/2007
 
Navy boot camp is not as hard as the Army, and Marine Corp; don't get me wrong, it will be tough. You will have to learn to fold your clothes and have your locker as neat as it can be, but as for the physical training, it is somewhat easier than the Army and the Marine Corp. It will not be that much more different... More
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Answered By: beckyschristine - 7/19/2007
 
My suggestion, get used to marching and ironing clothes. It's not as bad as alot of people say though. yes, they do yell, but only if you mess up. And get used to running too. The navy is all about running. You'll spend alot of time marching and alot of time in classrooms as well. i'll give you the same advice i was... More
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Answered By: jashakaru - 7/19/2007
 
Currently in Navy and out of boot camp a year. It was easy! There are mind games and just keep remembering that. They will say things to you that really make you want to go off on them or even leave, but that is their way to get to you. Yelling, yeah, just a bit. You get used to it. My dad is ex Army so the yelling I... More
Answered By: kyndafrogy - 7/20/2007
 
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